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STS082-360-035 - STS-082 - EVA 4 activity on Flight Day 7

STS082-360-035 - STS-082 - EVA 4 activity on Flight Day 7

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Description: Extravehicular Activity (EVA) 4 on Flight Day 7 of the second servicing mission to Hubble Space Telescope (HST SM-02). Mission Specialist Greg Harbaugh (identified by the broken red stipes on his Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) suit) holds onto the Remote Manipulator System (RMS) Manipulator Foot Restraint (MFR) work stanchion and places a tethered socket cover over an electric socket on the RMS end effector; the work stanchion has toolboard mounted and covered with EVA tools (010-18). Mission Specialist Joe Tanner (identified by the diagonal red stripes) moves with the assistance of a blue-handled Translation Aid (TA) on the Orbital Replacement Unit (ORU) Carrier (ORUC) aft fixture (019-27, 031-33). Harbaugh continues to work at the MFR work stanchion and toolboard; a Nikon F3 camera can be seen wrapped in a white thermal cover (028-30, 034-36).

Subject Terms: STS-82, DISCOVERY (ORBITER), ASTRONAUTS, EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY, HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE, SERVICE, EXTRAVEHICULAR MOBILITY UNITS, REMOTE MANIPULATOR SYSTEM

Date Taken: 2/17/1997

Original: Film

Preservation File Format: TIFF
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1997
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